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2011
Friday, May 20th
12:00 AM

A Methodology for Studying the Information Seeking Behaviors of Catholic Clergy

Charles C. Curran, University of South Carolina
Kayla Burns, University of South Carolina

12:00 AM

Access is Power: Financing the Second Crusade in France

Chris McFadin, University of Iowa

12:00 AM

Accordance Bible Software in Reading and Teaching: The Difference a Digital Text Makes

John B. Weaver, Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University

12:00 AM

Comparing research methods currently taught at ELCA Lutheran Seminaries

Jim Kapoun, Youngstown State University

12:00 AM

Exploring the Mental Health Information Needs of Clergy

Beth Layton, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Rienne Johnson, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Derrick Kranke, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Vicki L. Montesano, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine

12:00 AM

Information Processing in Bible Study Groups

Darin Freeburg, Kent State University

12:00 AM

Louis Taber’s World: Land, Agriculture, and the Schism of the Ohio Yearly Meeting (Orthodox) of the Religious Society of Friends, 1848 – 1861

John Henris, University of Akron

12:00 AM

Memorializing Religion: Crowdsourcing, Minorities, and the Quest for Identity in Online Archives

Amalia S. Levi, University of Maryland

12:00 AM

Mutual Dependence and Task Uncertainty in Scholarly Communication of Theologians

Cindy Shuchin Lu, Rutgers University

12:00 AM

Pentecost in the Postbox: Theology, Ecclesiology, and Community in Early Pentecostal Periodicals

Matthew Shaw, Ball State University

12:00 AM

Perception as Information: An East-West Dialogue

Randall Studstill, Cabrillo College

12:00 AM

Ram’s Search for Sita in the Ramayaṇa: Information Seeking in an Ancient Indian Epic

Naresh Kuman Agarwal, Simmons College

12:00 AM

Scholarly Sustainability and Lifelong Learning

Melody Layton McMahon, Catholic Theological Union

12:00 AM

Shamanic knowledge: the challenge to information science

Jay H. Bernstein, Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York

12:00 AM

The Christian Icon as Information Object

John A. Walsh, Indiana Business College

12:00 AM

The Conversing God: Exploring Trinitarian Information Transfer through the Perspective of Gordon Pask’s Conversation Theory

Todd E. Marshall, Spring Arbor University

12:00 AM

The Denial of Relevance: Avoidance, Awakening, & Guidance

Van VanBebber, University of North Texas

12:00 AM

The Digital Remains: Social Media and Practices of Online Grief

Jessica Lingel, Rutgers University

12:00 AM

The energy of information: A theory of forbearance

Jonathan Doner

12:00 AM

The Relationship between Community Religious Beliefs and Community Level of Public Library Development in the United States: An Empirical Analysis

Robert V. Williams
Jennifer Arns, University of South Carolina
Karen Miller, University of South Carolina
Patrick Roughen, University of South Carolina

12:00 AM

The Word and Words in the Abrahamic Faiths

Linda Poston, Nyack College
Larry Poston, Nyack College

12:00 AM

Using Semantic Technologies to Analyze the Semantic Orientation of Religious Sermons – A Validation of the Early Work of McLaughlin

Denise A.D. Bedford, Kent State University

12:00 AM